Week of Monday 18th May
Keyboard Knowledge and Typing Skills
Please have a go at identifying the different keys/buttons on a keyboard.
(See document attached below)
Also below are two website links:
1) Lessons to practise typing
2) Typing Game
Week of Monday 11th May
Modern Technology and Safety Booklet
Please complete the attached activity booklet with an adult.
It contains activities about modern technology, online privacy, online and offline skills.
There is also an accompanying guidance book for parents, which gives tips and hints as to how to use the booklet with children.
Week of Monday 4th May
Technology in your Home
Children, this week, I would like you to go on a technology hunt in your home and record the different tools/devices of technology you have. You will probably be surprised to discover how much technology there is in a single room - and how in fact, technology is all around us!
You could draw an outline of your house and sketch the different rooms with the technology devices inside or you could make a list.
Extension: Create your very own 'Techno House!'
Design a house full of technology - where EVERYTHING can be done using only a button on a device - you could even invent your own new devices!
In my 'Techno House', I would love devices that can, make beds, fold washing and capture spiders!
Week of Monday 26th April
In Class Two this term, the children have been fantastic at using iPads and showing their great photography skills. This week I would like you to practise these skills at home,
if possible, you could use a phone, camera or iPad.
1. Choose a challenge card (see below) and snap away!
Don't worry if you don't have access to a camera, as you can make your own Pin-hole camera!
2. Have a go at completing the Camera Shots Sorting Activity Page (below).
Week of Monday 20th April
Learning about online safety at home.
Please complete the 4 activities and your chart.
Week of Monday 30th March
Coding and Touch Typing Activities
Week of Monday 16th March
Computing - 'Scratch' App
This year my children have really enjoyed programming algorithms and creating their own programs.
I am sure they would love to show you how they do this by visiting, 'Scratch'.
Good luck Parents!